BMC Bangalore Medical College NEET Cut Off, Fee Structure, Total Seats 2018

Bangalore Medical College NEET Cut Off: The Bangalore Medical College and research institute came into existence as a private medical college in 1955 by the University of Mysore Education Society. The society was started by the Dr. R Shivaram, Dr. Mekhri, and Dr. Rao. In 1957, it was handed over to the government of Mysore and then affiliated by the University of Mysore and then after some time, it was affiliated by the Bangalore University. In 1996, it got affiliation from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.

BMC Bangalore Medical College

BMC Bangalore Medical College NEET Cut Off

The medical college offers undergraduate and postgraduate program for the candidate who wants to make career in the medical and dental stream. Every year many students apply for admission to the college, but only few students gets the golden chance to study in one of the best medical college in India.

MBBS and BDS courses are in the undergraduate programs. Here the NEET score and rank plays an important role for the student to get a confirmed seat in the institution.

The BMC provides best medical and dental facility to the people of the state and they are liable to give education facility to the students. The college provides the best facility to the student in all departments like-

  • Hostel for boys and girls.
  • World class library.
  • Has best faculties to help students grow their knowledge.
  • Good Wi-Fi connectivity in every part of campus.

Annual MBBS/BDS Intake by Bangalore Medical College

Intake of students are 150 for the MBBS and BDS undergraduate level for the postgraduate program there are 135 seats. The college also offers 71 seats for the diploma program. There are more the 30 plus subjects in which students can do their PG program.

Fee Structure of Bangalore Medical College

The fee structure for the various course are as follows: –

Courses Offered Required Fees annually
MBBS 14,000
BDS 12,450
MD 27,404
MS 12040
M.CH 35000
Diploma 14695

The student who is preparing for the NEET examination must go through the study material of class 11th and 12th and subjects required are physics, chemistry, and biology and finally study material issued by the NEET authority on the official website.

Tips for the exam preparation-

  • The applicant can go through the syllabus which is stated as per the NEET guidelines.
  • The student can prepare themselves from the last year test and model exam sets which are available in the market or in the official website of NEET.
  • It is important to give ample of time for preparation in a day.
  • It’s good to make a timetable for preparation of NEET examination.
  • The candidate can also test their preparation from time to time by solving mock test online.
  • With preparation and pressure of examination, the student must take care of his or her health.

Eligibility

The student must be the citizen of India and student must pass his class 12th with science stream from a recognized school and board in the state or any other part of country and minimum age for applicant is 17.

Bangalore Medical College MBBS/BDS Cut Off

The student who is looking forward to making their career in medical and dental health and sciences, must pass a compulsory entrance examination known as NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test). It is organized for the medical and dental PG and UG level of the program.

CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) is a control authority for the smooth conduction of the examination in the country for the medical and dental courses. The NEET examination will be conducted on 6th May 2018 and the result will be declared in the month of June 5th, 2018. The board is responsible for issuing the admit card, result and the cut off for the NEET UG exam.

The expected cutoff list for NEET examination will be declared after the declaration of result and applicant can download it from the official website of the NEET. It is carried out as per applications every year also as per the seat availability in All India ranking quota of colleges and state medical and dental college.

The college has not come up with any expected cut off because the NEET has not declared it yet but the student can take the idea from the last year which are as follows-

Previous Year’s Banglore Medical College Opening & Closing Ranks Category Wise

2017

Round 1

Course Category OR (Quota AI) CR (Quota AI)
M.B.B.S. General 4 779
M.B.B.S. Schedule Caste 7005 12131
M.B.B.S. Schedule Tribe 12654 20095

 Round 2

Course Category OR (Quota AI) CR (Quota AI)
M.B.B.S. General 684 1835
M.B.B.S. Schedule Caste 16154 22382
M.B.B.S. Schedule Tribe 32260 49439

2016

Round 1

Course Category Opening Rank Closing Rank
MBBS General 108 805
MBBS Schedule Caste (SC) 13502 16866
MBBS Schedule Tribe (ST) 11373 13220

Round 2

Course Category Opening Rank Closing Rank
MBBS General 108 805
MBBS Schedule Caste (SC) 13502 16866
MBBS Schedule Tribe (ST) 11373 13220

2015

Round 1

Course Category Opening Rank Closing Rank
MBBS General 210 728
MBBS Schedule Caste (SC) 8959 13911
MBBS Schedule Tribe (ST) 20916 26965
MBBS Other Backward Class 429 656

Round 2

Course Category Opening Rank Closing Rank
MBBS General 738 1109
MBBS Schedule Caste (SC) 19267 20375
MBBS Other Backward Class 1024 1024

Round 3

Course Category Opening Rank Closing Rank
MBBS General 1127 1279
MBBS Schedule Caste (SC) 19580 21710
MBBS Schedule Tribe (ST) 34964 36569

The expected percentile of Bangalore Medical College as per NEET standard are as follows-

Category Minimum Qualifying Percentile
UR 50th Percentile
UR-PH 45th Percentile
SC 40th Percentile
ST 40th Percentile
OBC 40th Percentile

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WE WISH EVERY APPLICANT GOOD LUCK FOR COMING NEET Result 2018.

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